1994 Chevy C1500, 4.3L, 131xxx miles
Well that explains why ever since I inserted the aftermarket temp. Gauge's sending unit inplace of the coolant sensor the truck has been running extremely rich, stalls, and floods really easy after it warms up.
Just want to make sure. The Temp Sender (driver's side cylinder head) controls only the temp. Gauge and that is the one I replace with the sending unit that comes with the aftermarket temp gauge. Is there any other temp. Sensor/sending unit (other then those 2) that I am not aware of? Is there anything else connected to the sending unit that I need to be aware of?
Another subject. Lately when I turn the ignition key on (or off) or hit the Max. A/C button there is a clicking sound which lasts for about 20-30 seconds coming from behind the lower dash (pax side). I'm sure it is related to the A/C system. Any ideas?
Monday, August 6th, 2007 AT 10:35 PM